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ercent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. police forced to open fire shooting and killing a man armed with i aknife. an alarms sought in a parking lo attack on a teenager there. the patriots are many buffalo trying to avenge an early season loss to rex ryan and the bills. the wrigley faithful down to their last gasp. the indians are one win away from clenching the world series. >> kris: 9:00 is your time. good morning. thank you for joining us this sunday morning. i'm kris anderson.
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on "7 news today in new england." we want to head outside with a warm, spring-like look at the day. fortunately, if won't last forever. >> rob: we have 59 in boston 64 in new bedford. with numbers like that in the morning, we'll be near 80 this afternoon? not quite. in vermont you see the blue coloring, and that's the leading edge of cooler air they'll filter in later on today. the current temperatures are close to the high temperatures. you have several hours of dry weather to enjoy the mild we've got kind of a mixture of clouds and sun right now. nothing on the radar locally. rain is coming into new york, but it won't get here until dinnertime. you have several hours to get out and enjoy the weather. we'll see showers this afternoon and evening, and skies clear out late. tonight will be much cooler, though, with lows dropping into
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suburbs and high temperatures on halloween in the upper 40s to low 50s. we have more details in a few minutes. >> kris: we're following breaking news overnight where boss up ton police shot and killed a man inside an apartment building. officials say the man has a history of mental illness and pulled a knife on paramedics trying to help him, so police stepped in. they say the man swung a knife at an officer, and that's when they opened fire. >> the officer struggled with the knife off him. he swung repeatedly at of officers with the knife. unfortunately, the officers had no choice. they fired, and you know, they killed the individual. >> kris: some police officers and two paramedics were injured and taken to the hospital for treatment. overseas a powerful earthquake his rocked the same area of central italy that was
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strongest quake to hit that area in more than 35 years. buildings were already damaged there, and now were crumbling as a result of the latest quake. there are reports of about 20 people injured but most are not considered serious. a search for a shooter in dorchester continues. a 30-year-old woman killed and a teenaged boy rushed to the hospital. the target and they're asking the gunman's help to track down the gunman. brandon ga notice has the latest. >> reporter: a 30-year-old woman was shot and killed and a teenage boy shot in the streets. >> we should walk down the street and not duck from bullets and run from cover. >> the boy's shoes are still on the sidewalk. >> most young people think if
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someone has to die for you to feel better about yourself, and we have to change that mentality. >> reporter: investigate rors believe the boy 15 or 16 years old of was the target. he will survive. the young woman shot in the chest didn't make it. >> we're not in war at iraq and afghanistan. we're here in the community. we're always blamed for something, so let's make a stance and account for something instead of being blamed for something. >> i believe it starts at home to take care we're parents. we need to be accountable for our children. >> reporter: commissioner evans with the chief behind him ask for the public's help and say it's a busy street. someone saw something. >> when we have people, both a female and a young kid shot in broad daylight, people need to take responsibility and step up. >> reporter: brandon ganoe, "7 news today in new england." >> kris: police investigate another shooting in dorchester. it happened on saturday night in the area of geneva avenue.
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in the chest. he was taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. police have not released information on the suspect or a motive at this time. 7 news turning to an alarming assault at broxton high school. a student was raped right in the school's parking lot and the suspect is behind bars. kelli o'hara has the latest from broxton. >> taehat's kind of scary, actually. you would think they'd be at school. >> reporter: horrified over the news a teen was sexually assaulted at noon. she was attacked in her high school parking lot while the school was in session. broxton police say the young woman was assaulted by a 44-year-old man after 12:00. the superintendent of schools saying that the man was known to the teen and had come to school to pick her up. >> school is supposed to be a safe place. you know, it's just heart-breaking. >> it's sad.
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>> reporter: that sexual assault suspect is under arrest and behind bars. superintendent of schools releasing a statement saying in part, quote, the victim is being supported by school counselors and staff. this is an isolated incident, and at no time were other students at risk. kelli o'hara, "7 news today in new england." this morning in somerville firearms say a woman inside a of burning building jumped out of a window to get to safety. one firefighter was taken to tho attempting to put out the fire. it's believed it started saturday evening on the second floor of the apartment building on memorial road. officials are investigating how it started. a suspicious package caused concern in maynard. one homeowner called police on saturday morning after he discovered what looked like an explosive device in the neighborhood. the bomb squad was called in after they inspected and determined it was not a threat. police believe the package may have been placed there as a hoax. now, to aur election countdown. just nine days to go until
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is going strong in boston, very strong. this was the turnout saturday at the library in west roxbury. as for the candidates, they're both looking to make a strong final impression in a knopfke swing states. jonathan hall has the latest. >> reporter: as raucous phoenix crowd chanted drawn the swamp at a trump rally, the candidate promised he's leading a movement to stop washington corruption and stop his rival, hillary clinton. >> her criminal willful, deliberate, intentional, and purposeful. >> reporter: with the director of the fbi announcing the bureau has renewed the criminal investigation of clinton's use of a private e-mail server, trump railed against the democrat telling supporters the department of justice has tried to shield her from prosecution. >> she set up this illegal server knowing full well that her actions put our national security at risk.
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of your children and your families at risk. >> reporter: clinton spent saturday in florida. her campaign now reeling from this new probe involving newly discovered messages se sent to her assistant huma abedin. sources say her he stranged husband anthony weiner is part of a separate investigation and that led to the renewed clinton probe. >> we called on director comey to explain everything right away, put it all table. >> reporter: clinton seemed to hint at some sort much campaign to get her. >> it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. in fact, it's not just strange, it's unprecedented and it is deeply troubling. >> reporter: jonathan hall, "7 news today in new england." >> kris: remember, 7 news is your political headquarters. for the latest on the campaign
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whdh.com. it's not often the patriots look for revenge. the last time the pats played the bills, things got ugly. this time big difference. tb12 is back at quarterback. we look at the match-up from buffalo. >> from out of nowhere robert blanton comes in and trying to shovel ber set. >> shoveled and shut oun. in week four they bullied the jacoby led patriots. >> the catch and that scenario is highly unlikely to play out again for one reason, the guy wearing number 12. >> it was an easier game than playing without him. >> tom brady is torching the nfl in his three games yet, already over 1,000 yards passes and eight touches and no picks. >> we'll go in there focused and ready to go and we'll try to play a lot better than we played
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they have a good squeacheme. that makes it challenging. they play really well. we need to play well in all three phases. >> fueling the offense is rob gronkowski, virtually unstoppable with brady at the realm one to set the franchise record with number 69. >> that's the last thing i'm thinking about right now. we have a big game here. we have into buffalo. the crowd is always super loud. >> going on the road last weekend in pittsburgh, j how hard it is to win there. going through that, it definitely helps you. i think now how can we continue that and use what we learn from going to pittsburgh and use it to this week. >> no question tom brady is the most important player. this time around it's the bills dealing with that dilemma. lashuan mccoy very unlike to play here on sunday.
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today in new england." >> kris: from football to baseball where one team is on the verge of winning its first world series titles in decades, but for cubs fans it's not the cubs. game four last night at wrigley in chicago didn't end well for the home team. jason kipnis has a three-run home run in the seventh inning. indians win it 7-2. terry francona 11-1 in world series games as a manager. >> the only thing that changes is w we're going to go home one way or the other. we'll show up and try to beat a really good pitcher tomorrow. that's what we always do. nothing needs to change. >> kris: the indians lead the best of 7 series 3-1. the cubs send jon lester to the mound again tonight needing a win to keep their season alive. still ahead on "7 news today in new england," caught on camera.
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>> rob: getting some rain. i'll show you when it arrives and have your halloween forecast in a few minutes. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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rob, it's too much to ask for it to last. >> rob: of course it can't last forever. today is the mild day. if you're one of the many people thinking about heading to salem, very warm there by october standards today. a light chance of rain, but until not 6:00. the rain should be light and heavier further south. tomorrow dry and noticeably cooler and speaking of which, your halloween costume does not need to be wpr needs to include a few layers. temperatures generally in the mid-40s for trick-or-treat time. if you're going to be out late tomorrow evening, more like mid-30s. the temperature will drop like a rock as soon as the sun sets tomorrow evening. we have 62 in plymouth. off to a warm start, but if i zoom on out, you get the idea here. we are kind of on the very northern fringe of that warm air.
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in atlanta, almost as warm as it is in atlanta. to the north the numbers are in the 40s. that's the air that's coming in here as we head into the evening hours. all part of a cold front. the front is hanging out on top of us right now. that's why we're on the edge of the warm/cool air. we have clouds in the sky for now. kind of a mixture to start the day. the rain holds off until later in the day. it's on the tail end of the front. it will scoot right along the front and head right this w still have several hours to enjoy, though. get out and enjoy the mild weather. the rain will not get here until about 4:00 for western massachusetts. and then more like 6:00 or 7:00 for the boston area. and then green would be areas likely to see rain, but the yellow and orange is the heavy stuff. the heavier rain stays down towards the south coast towards the cape and island. lighter rain for the northshore
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coast out to the cape and islands. that is gone by the up time you head back to work tomorrow morning. clear and dry all day for halloween. but it's cool and again it's one of those days, one of those evenings where the numbers drop quickly as soon as the sunsets. so mid-30s at trick-or-treat time, but more like mid-30s out late on your halloween. that would be the cool time, and then tuesday morning, waking up to temperatures near freezing. sunny but cool on tuesday. wednesday, and 70s not out of the question in a spot or two thursday afternoon. it turns cooler to finish out the seven-day forecast. >> kris: thanks so much. coming up on "7 news today in new england," the very latest on the american airlines plane that burst into flames on the runway in chicago. we'll tell you what officials now say caused the fire. a soccer coach in rhode island is off the job.
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massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and vote yes on question 2. interviewer: what would stop you from voting this november? please join me and woman 1: working late. man 1: lines -- i hate long lines. woman 2: no babysitter. william f. galvin: for the first time ever we have early voting. if you're registered, you can vote any day between october 24th and november 4th. avoid election day lines -- vote on your schedule. man 1: wow, that helps! william f galvin: early voting is easy voting.
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uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. looking out for herself. seiu cope is responsible for the content of this advertising. a soccer coach in rhode island is off the job after an incident with a player earlier in month. the coach actually grabbed this boy by his ear in the middle of a game.
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middle school coach is accused of abusing one of his players. according to a police report, earlier in month the boy's parents say 7 1-year-old coach approached their son sitting on the bench during the game and grabbed him by his ear bringing him to a standing position without saying a word and escorted his son to the end of the bench still pulling his ear. several people saw the incident including the assistant coach, and claimed he was during the game and practice. one of the incidents was brought to be attention of the superintendent and middle school principal. he was removed as coach is is not allowed near the soccer team. the school saying at this time the assistant coach will continue as the coach of the team for the remainder of the season and he will not be present. the parents are not pressing charges against the former coach. the report claims the parents just wanted to have something on
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incidents. still ahead on "7 news today in new england," demolition crews working to tear down the old toll booths and a warning to drivers. brace yourself for a busy morning commute. tuukka rask is on the ice again. could he make the difference against the red wings? a community is coming together to make a night of trick-or-treating unforgettable
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really neat story here. some trick-or-treaters dress up in costumes that were definitely out of this world. yesterday we told you about a father's determination to transform his son's wheelchair into the perfect "star wars" prop. well, he did thanks to a little help from friends and family. that mission was a smashing success. nicole has more. far away called habrell chewbacca is helping a pilot on his mission to collect as much candy as possible. the wooky did it all for his son, 12-year-old tommy harding. >> it was just, you know, a theme of choice this year. every year my wife and i decide osomething, what we want to do. we figured we wanted to do something really big, so what's
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>> tommy has cerebral palsy and autism. it's built around tommy's while chair. tonight the x wing took flight for trick-or-treating. >> it's not easy to walk around with a child with a wheelchair. little kids stare more. maybe in a negative light they say him. now he gets to be the rock star that all the kids are like, that's the greatest thing in the world. >> a team of builders crafted the costume revealed earlier this week. >> i thought the red barron last year was cool. >> we had to outdo it. >> this is the third year they built an epic course tomb. >> we did a triplane so he was snoopy from the red barron. >> it's certainly not the last. >> we'll come up with something bigger and better. >> "7 news today in new england." >> kris: the in next half hour of "7 news today in new england," gone to the dogs. how these playful pups stole the
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party. >> rob: we're tracking a chance of rain for later in the day. the rest of your weekly forecast coming up. >> kris: we have the latest on breaking news. police say they were forced to shoot and kill a man armed with shoot and kill a man armed with a knife in theevery time a new , it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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>> kris: shots fired on a dorchester street. one woman was killed and a teenager rushed to the hospital.
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was targeting. a firing scene caught on camera. a truck drops on a road below when an overpass collapses. what investigators are now learning about the boating accident that killed jose fernandez and two friends. this is "7 news today in new england." >> kris: it's 9:30 this sunday morning. i'm kris anderson. plenty of news this half hour, first. it's a warm start to a rain later this afternoon. let's go to rob eicher for a check of the forecast. this is unusually warm. >> rob: very warm. temperature-wise for the middle of the afternoon normally mid to upper 50s. we're already above that. 59 in boston, 64 in new bedford. you have several hours to get out and enjoy the warm weather before the rain gets here. nothing on the radar right now. kind of a mixture of clouds and sun as seen on the satellite imagery. if i zoom out, there you go.
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new york. that will eventually get here. not until late in the day, talking closer to dinnertime. get out and enjoy the mild weather while you can, even though the current temperatures are in the upper 50s and low 60s. not a lot warmer than that today. it may cool down as the rain arriving very late this afternoon and evening. getting much cooler overnight tonight. dropping back to the mid to upper 30s in the usually cool suburbs. showers this evening but clears out by dawn and dry all day long for halloween. no trick-or-treating. it will be on the cool side. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. we follow breaking news from overnight. boston police shot and killed a man inside of an apartment building. officials say this man had a history of mental illness and pulled a knife on paramedics trying to help him. police stepped in and the man swung the knife at an officer, and that's what they opened fire. >> the officer struggled with the individual trying to get the
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he swung repeatedly at the officers with the knife. unfortunately, you know, the officers had to choice. they fired, and you know, they killed the individual. >> kris: some police officers and two paramedics were injured in the incident. they've been taken to local hospitals to be treated. another story overseas where a powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central italy hit by a major quake in august and then by two afters the strongest to hit that area in more than 35 years. buildings already heavily damaged from the previous quakes are now crumbling. thousands of people are left homeless. there are reports of about 20 people injured, most of those injuries are not considered serious. right now the search is on for a shooter in dorchester. a 30-year-old woman killed and a teenage boy rushed to the
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the streets. they believe the teenager was the target and they're asking for help to traffic down the gunnman. >> reporter: police say a 30-year-old woman was shot and killed and a teenage boy was shot on the streets here in dorchester. >> it's another sad day. i'm not sure what happened down here. we should be able to walk down the street before running for cover. >> reporter: the boy's shoes are still on the sidewalk. >> most young people think when you have a grunge with someone, you settle it with a gun. you feel better about yourself, and we have to change that mentality. >> reporter: investigators believe the boy 15 or 16 years old was the target. he will survive. the young woman shot in the chest was taken to boston medical but didn't make it. >> we're not at war. we're not in iraq or afghanistan and we're here in the community. we're always being blamed for something, so let's make a stance and be accounted for something instead of blamed for something. >> i believe that it starts at home to take care of these kids. we're parents.
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our children. >> the commissioner with the chief behind him asks for the public's help and say it's a busy street and someone saw something. >> whether we have a female and young kid getting shot in broad daylight, people need to take responsibility and step up. >> reporter: brandon ganoe, "7 news today in new england" >> kris: a car up in flames. it was wild to look at. look at the fire there. this was the scene sob southbound under neath the circle. crews worked to put the fire out. we have another shot with smoke pouring out the tunnel. commuters, pay attention to this story. expect a long ride into work tomorrow morning. demolition crews are tearing down the toll booths along the mass pike. the massachusetts toll collectors are gone and everything is switched over to the automated system.
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concerns right now is going to be traffic. >> if you drive stay in your lane and do not stop at tool booths and obey the spliement. on monday if you can augment your work skeblg you'll and work from home, now might be a good week to do that. >> kris: they say traffic disruptions are likely until november 22nd. caught on camera. a highway overpass in italy comes crashing down. watch what happens here. right on top of the cars below. the weight of a truck with an oversize load is responsible for the clapgs. they requested it should be shut down hours before when they discovered pieces of cement scrum belling from it. one person was killed and three
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>> this is disturbing video. watch again. the guard is facing charges for what he was seen doing in the video. we have the details. >> wow. >> reporter: caught on camera. video of a security guard assaulting two teenagers in florida. criminal lawyers say it doesn't look good for that guard. >> you grab somebody by the neck from behind. theets pretty serious use of force right there. >> reporter: the two kids and 14 years oemd. it happened last december. the boys reportedly disobeyed their teacher and went outside to play. it shows three takedowns. twice you see this boy in blue was walking away when fields grabbed him. >> you hate to see force like that used on kids until it's necessary and really -- i don't know that it looked that way in that situation. >> two days later the mother complained to the school that
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his head against the wall. it took four months before fields was finally arrested. >> robert fields pleading guilty to misdemeanor battery. he was sentenced to one day in jail. two school resource officers were reprimanded for not thoroughly investigating the matter. we're learning more new details about the plane that caught on fire at chicago's o'hare airport on friday. quite the sight. look at the thick, black smoke there. american airlines 383 was prepping for take-off to miami when the plane erupted in flames and smoke. the ntsb says it's uncontained engine failure that caused the plane to catch fire. 20 people were hospitalized with minor injuries. >> as a result of the uncontained jinl failure, a fuel fire erupted underneath the right wing. >> kris: as the cleanup continues, the ntsb says pieces of engine are found thousands of
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investigating several more days. we have new die tails in the death of marlins pitcher jose fernandez. toxicology reports show he was using cocaine and was legally drunk at the time. they were killed after they slammed their boat into a jetty in miami beach. they know that the boat was speeding. the metropolitan opera house evacuated after an audience member ran on s police are still searching for that suspect. investigators say the man was there to sprinkle the ashes of a friend. >> we have spoken to more than one witness who said they spoke to an individual from out of town who indicated that he was here to sprinkle ashes of a friend, his mentor in opera, during the performance. >> kris: the performance at the
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officials say one person was treated for injuries. first lady michelle obama taking part in commissioning ceremonies for the navy's new attack submarine. it's the u sss illinois. it began active service yesterday at the ceremony in connecticut, and the first lady is involved in the lives of all it's 132 crew members and families. this $2.7 billion submarine will replace submarines that served during the cold war era. still ahead, a puppy party crashers, that is. how the poochers were the unexpected stars at a tennessee man's bachelor party. >> rob: we have rain headed our way. how much we will get, that and our trick-or-treat forecast coming up. >> kris: michael jordan in the house. they go after their second win in the nba season. massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools.
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e they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and vote yes on question 2. please join me and when i heard about airbnb, i thought, "this is it." i wanted to be happy. i didn't want my kids to be worried about me all by myself. airbnb has saved me. i did not lose my house. the experience of having guests in my house has been so amazing. i do this for the money, for the people, for the conversations, and for feeling like i am actually a part of contributing something good to the world. we send our guests to the local restaurants and the local businesses.
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the same approach maggie will take as us senator: a detailed plan to make college more affordable. lower cost prescription drugs for everyday families. and an approach to leadership that puts new hampshire families and small businesses ahead of the corporate special interests. that's maggie hassan. always has been. always will be. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. beautiful start to the day. the braintree split. you see the colors on the leaves. just nice to look at glistening full of sunshine, rob. we can't argue with the weather. >> rob: you have the fall colors, but the summerlike temperatures this morning. tomorrow will feel much more fall-like, especially later in the day. it's an evening where the numbers really take a tumble as soon as the sun sets.
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times. if you're out late, it will get cool quickly. down to 43 at 7:00 and more like mid-30s really late. today we have rain in the forecast, but not until late in the day. and we're thinking fairly light rain north of the pike, more like quarter, maybe a third of an inch at most. you get down towards the south coast towards the cape and the island, those are the areas that will see the rain. generally light to the north and heavier to the south. day, so enjoy this while you can. 59 in boston and 38 in bedford and 32 in plymouth. 52 is the normal high temperature this time of year. in fact 15, almost 20 degrees warmer now than we were this time yesterday. tomorrow morning we go back down in the opposite direction. tomorrow morning will be 20 degrees colder than what's out there right now. all part of a frontal bowed boundary we're on the warm side
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the 40s across most of northern new england. the front has clouds and on the tail end there's the rain into new york. that will skirt along the front and reach us later today. through most of the afternoon you're fine. rain doesn't get here until 4:00, and that's mainly many western massachusetts and not until the boston area until probably closer to dinnertime. again, the yellows and the oranges would indicate the heavier rain. notice how we see more across and island and lighter rain north of boston. behind the front is the air is cooler and you notice that cool, dry air filter in overnight tonight. all quiet by the time you head brack to work on monday morning. you don't need the wipers going to work tomorrow. it's noticeably cooler tomorrow morning, and then again, as soon as the sun sets tomorrow evening, the numbers start to drop and gets chilly if you're out 11:00, midnight more like 30s tomorrow evening. so, in fact, down to about 32
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time we wake up on tuesday morning. tuesday looks nice and sunny. so does wednesday, and wednesday looks really warm. wednesday is probably the pick of the week weather-wise. mid-60s and even a degree or two warmer on thursday. 70 not totally out of the question for thursday. showers arrive thursday afternoon, part of a front that will cool us off to finish out the seven-day forecast. don't forget, time to set the clocks back next saturday night. enjoy that. >> starts getting dark earlier. some man's best friend makes a surprise appearance for one man's biggest night. they spent part of the activities rescuing the dog and he had other surprises in store. here's jonathan hall. >> reporter: when a groom-to-be headed to tennessee for his bachelor party, he had no idea it would be a dog to steal his heart. >> the first morning we're there with a bunch of guys with the front door wide open and we're cooking bacon.
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door of the cap bin there is a dog sitting there just sweet as can be but would not come inside. >> the guys didn't know where the pooch came from. they liked her and named her annie. >> we figured she's a sweet dog, she has to have a home like so she'll go somewhere. >> she had no collar or leash. it was clear she needed help. >> she was very dehydrated, hungry, i mean, everything we gave her and put in front of her she gobbled up as fast as she could. ha happened. >> there's a spot over in the woods, if anything went by there, she'd leave us and back and go crazy and go to that spot and eventually come back. so we connected the dots, and you know, put everything together. we walked over there and found a giant hole in the ground, it was ayden with three holes in it. one of my friends went in head-first and started -- we found these puppies.
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>> one after the other, knox, bear, daisy, gunner, briny, finn and rosy, seven puppies to be exact needed to see the vet. >> we were washing the puppies. there was a group of rough and tumble men going down to go four-wheelers and they're sitting inside washing a bunch of puppies. >> reporter: january than hall, >> tom: . >> he said all the healthy and have forever homes now. coming up, bill bell click and the patriots looking for a little pay back against the bills on the road in buffalo. we have a closer look. after the break, tuukka rask back in goal for the bruins as they take on detroit. find out how they fared against
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bruins certainly happy to have tuukka rask back between pipes. he missed the last three games with an injury. he was back on the ice last night in detroit taking on the the red wings.
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rask is now 4-0 on the season. let's talk hoops now. michael jordan sits courtside in charlotte as the celtics too on the hornets. a big nature for avery bradley with 11 rebounds. celtics win 104-98. they're 2-1 in the season. the cleveland indians are on the verge of winning their first world series since 1948. chicago cubs fans another year. game four last night in chicago, some low clouds practically hiding wrigley field from above. the cubs fans inside and out, unfortunately, went hope unhappy. the indians up 4-1 in the fourth. jason kipnis gets ahold of one. cubs fans stunned. the indians one win away from the world series title winning last night 7-2. >> the only thing that changes
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another. we'll show up and try to beat a really good pitcher tomorrow, and that's what we always do. nothing needs to change. >> by the way, terry frank cone any is now 11-1 in his career as manager in the world series. the cubs send jon lester to the mound again tonight needing a win to keep their season alive. coming up at 10:00 on "7 news today in new england," a great start to your sunday. warmer temperatures, lots of su that way? it is the end of october, right? rob eicher will be back with more in your forecast. up next, some police officers in california on a special assignment to create a very special halloween
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returning to the common. there's a little bit of everything here. tom brady here. quite a few run through the streets in boston getting in fitness before digging into all the candy. there's a banana on a boy. last year 1500 runners sprinted down boylston street. postrace they enjoyed a pub crawl to earn back all the calories, right? california police taking part in a very special celebration as well. the police officers caring smiles and gifts for an 11-year-old boy. he wanted to be a police officer for halloween, but he won't make it out trick-or-treating this year. he's in the hospital battling a cancerous tumor that left him paralyzed. >> i'm so overwhelmed and thankful for all the people. i love my son, but to see other people love on him too is incredible. >> kris: along with the
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hospital and gave him his own police uniform. still ahead when "7 news today in new england" continues, with early voters lining up, the lines are long. we have the latest on the new e-mails that could potentially derail hillary clinton's bid for the white house. we're following two big, breaking stories today. first in central italy where residents have been rocked by another earthquake. here in the south end boston police shot a man with a knife
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>> kris: breaking overnight, deadly shooting in boston. police shot and killed a man threaten them with a knife. another serious shake in central italy where they were hit with yet another earthquake. residents there continue to recover from previous quakes as well. we're less than ten days away from election day. lines are continues across massachusetts. holding out hope. cubs fans hope for a win tonight. they better get a win if they want to stay alife after a disappointing loss to the indians last night. >> kris: it's 10:00 this sunday morning. thank you for making us part of your day. i'm kris anderson. we have plenty of news ahead. we want a check of the sunday forecast from meteorologist rob
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least the first half of the day. >> rob: i have 59 in boston, bedford, fitchburg. 67 in the vineyard. the afternoon high temperatures don't get a whole lot warmer than it is right now, but either way very mild by october standards. starting off with a mixture of clouds and sun but it's dry for several hours. the rain is still way over here in new york, and it has several more hours before it gets here so you have several hours to enjoy the mild weather. rainshowers arrive late afternoon close to dinnertime, with peeks of sunshine again. very mild early on, cooling off into the evening hours and get chillier tonight. more like low 40s in boston. nice and dry for halloween, but it's cooler than you might expect for the last day of october. we'll talk a bit more about your trick-or-treat forecast in a few minutes. >> thanks so much. we follow breaking news from overnight. boston police shot and killed a man inside of an apartment. officials say the man had a
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trying to help him. police stepped in and tried to get the knife away from the man. he swung the knife at the officers, and that's what they opened fire. >> unfortunately, it turned ugly. they were attacked with a knife. they intervened and tried to disarm. unfortunately, he kept coming at the officers and it left them no choice. >> some police officers and two paramedics were injured in the incident. hospitals for treatment. breaking overnight, a powerful earthquake rocked the same area of central italy hit by a major quake in august and a pair of aftershocks just last week. it registered a 6.6 on the richter scale and is believed to be the strongest earthquake in 35 years. buildings that were already heavily damaged are starting to kruk bell now, and there's no immediate reports of death or injuries. there are several minor injuries reported. the quake back in august left
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slept in their cars or local hote hotels. we have video of a damage to a church in central italy. two powerful quakes hit the same region on wednesday weakening many structure before the earthquake struck today. a federal judge will hold a hearing on thursday to consider the release of demacy. the u.s. district judge says several key details were missing from the recommendation to raise questions of he's battling cancer and served almost five years of his eight-year sentence for corruption. also on 7, a woman killed and a teenage boy rushed to the hospital when gunshots ran out in dorchester. police say the gunman is still on the loose. 7's brandon ganoe has the latest. >> reporter: police a a 30-year-old woman was shot and killed and a teenage boy was shot in dorchester.
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worry about ducking from bullets and running for cover. >> reporter: it happened at 2:30 avenue. the boy's shoes still on the sidewalk. >> most young people think you have to settle it with a gun and someone has to die. we have to change that men tament. >> they believe the boy 15 or 16 years old was the target. he will survive. the young woman shot in the chest was taken to boston medical and didn't make it. >> we're not at war. we're not in iraq or we're always being blamed for something, so let's make a stance and be accounted for something instead of blamed for something. i believe it starts at home to take care of these kids. we're parents. we need to be accountable for our children. >> reporter: commissioner evans and the chief are asking for the public's help and say it's a busy street and someone saw something. >> when we have a female and young kid shot in broad daylight, people need to take
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yes. >> reporter: brandon ganoe, "7 news today in new england". >> kris: a disturbing crime on broxton high school property. a high school student was raped in the parking lot. we have more from broxton on this alarming assault. >> that's kind of scary, actually, yeah. you would think they would be safe at school. >> what's the world coming to? >> reporter: broxton residents horrified over the news a teen was sexual a assaulted at schoo in her high school parking lot while the school was in session. broxton police say the young woman was assaulted by a 44-year-old man just after 12:00. the superintendent of schools saying that the man was known to the teen and had come to school to pick her up. >> school is supposed to be a safe place. you know, it's just heart-breaking. >> it's sad. it's sad for the parents. >> reporter: that sexual assault suspect is under arrest
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superintendent of school released a statement saying in part, quote, the victim is being supported by school counselors and staff. this is an isolated incident and at no time were other students at risk. >> kris: a car gadzuric up in flames in boston. we have some video of the scene on saturday. exit 26 shut down while crews worked to put the fire out. we have some more video where you can see more thick, black sm there. nobl was hurt. you can expect a long ride into work monday, longer than usual. demolition crews are tearing down the toll booths along the mass pike. the massachusetts toll collectsors are going, everything is replaced over to the automated system. the state made the switch official friday night. one of the biggest concerns right now is going to be traffic. >> if you drive, stay in your lane, do not stop at the toll
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you can maybe augment your work schedule and work from home, now might be a good week to do that. >> kris: officials say traffic drupgss will be likely until november 22nd when the toll booth demolition is scheduled to be complete. we are less than ten days away from election day. early voting continues in more than 200 communities in massachusetts. this was the turnout at the boston public library. look at that line. it goes out around the building. in the meantime, the two candidates are busy looking to make final impressions in key swing states before election day. jonathan hall has the report. >> drain the swamp. >> reporter: as awe raucous phoenix crowd chanted drawn the swamp, he said he's leading a movement to stop corruption and hillary clinton. >> her criminal action was
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>> reporter: with the director of the filibust fbi announcing renewed the criminal investigation of the private e-mail server, trump railed against the democrat telling supporters the department of the justice has tried to shield her from prous cushion. >> she up the illegal server knowing full well her actions put our national security at risk, and put the safety and security of your children and your families at risk. saturday in florida, her campaign now reeling from this new probe involving newly discovered messages she sent to her assistant, huma abedin. sources say her estranged husband, former congressman anthony weiner, is part of a separate fbi investigation, and that's apparently what led to this renewed clinton probe. >> we've called on director comey to explain everything right away, put it all out on the table. >> reporter: clinton seemed to
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>> it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. in fact, it's not just strange, it's unprecedented. it is deeply troubling. >> reporter: jonathan hall, "7 news today in new england." remember, 7 news is your political headquarters for the latest on the campaign trail. you can always go to whdh.com or download the 7 news mobile and tablet apps. who is ready for patriots sure are. they're getting ready for the sunday showdown against the buffalo bills. the first game was a tough loss without tom brady. we have a report now from buffalo. >> out of nowhere, robert blanton of the bills safety comes in and tries to shovel bur set. >> tried to shove them out. >> mccoy with the catch and the
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16-0 win. that scenario is highly unlikely to play out again for the guy wearing number 12. >> i'm admit it, it was an easier game than playing with him. i'm here to say it was easier. >> tom brady is torching the nfl in three games back, almost over 1,000 yards passing and eight touchdowns and no picks and his full intention on a division battle in buffalo. >> we'll go in and be focused and try to play better than last time w they have a good scheme. that makes it challenging. last time they played really well, and we need to play well in all three phases. >> reporter: fueling ovents is rob gronkowski, virtually unstoppable with brady at the helm and just one touchdown reception shy of setting the patriots franchise record with number 69. >> that's the last thing i'm thinking about right thousand
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bills going into buffalo. the crowd is super loud. >> on the road last week in pittsburgh, know how hostile and tough it is to win there, and going through that, it definitely helps you. i think now how can we continue and use what we learned from pittsburgh and use it this week? >> no question tom brady is the most important player, but this time around it's the bills dealing with that kind of dilemma. lee lashuan mccoy is play in buffalo today. thinks aren't looking good for the cubs and fans as they continue the quest to become world series champions. the world series continuing last night at famed wrigley field in chicago. the cubs couldn't seem to get things together. indians win this one 7-2. they're now up 3-1 in the world series. game five is tonight in chicago. if the indians win this one, it's all over. they will become your world
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in new england," fierce flames force an evacuation. what with are now learning about the american airlines flight that went up in smoke on the tarmac >> rob: i have your showers and when they arrive and your narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others
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>> kris: a live look at the brain stree split. it's an unexpected nice day, rob. for late october who could ask for? >> it feels like the middle of summer. it feels more fall-like for halloween. the trick-or-treat forecast is dry, but a little on the cool side with temperatures generally in the mid-40s. that's at 6:00. if you're out late on monday evening, more like low 40s. right now a toasty warm 59 in these numbers are going to be pretty close to our high temperatures, today, though. itmy warm up a degree or two more, so that's about it. because we start in the 50s and 60s doesn't mean it's in the 70s and 80s later this afternoon. we're right on the northern fringe of the warm air. we have 59 in boston, 71 in atlanta. just to our north temperatures are the in 40s, and that's the air incoming. we're right on the edge, part of
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today. front brings us clouds. a mixture of clouds and sun to start the day. there's the rain on the tail end of the front moving into new york. the yellow and orange track along the new york/pennsylvania border. on that path should pass through kind of the massachusetts/connecticut border in several hours time. we have a mixture of clouds and sunday and very mild weather to start the day. rain arriving in western massachusetts probably about 4:00, and then not to the again, the yellows and oranges would be the heavier rains. that stays generally south of the pike through the south coast out to the cape and islands. those are the areas that could get half-inch maybe three quarters of an inch north the boston and a few tenths and that's about it. heaviest rain by far in the southern sections, and all this comes to an end in a few hours. it's in and out quickly. by the time you're back to work
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a cloud in the sky tomorrow afternoon. on the issue for trick-or-treating is the quick drop in temperatures if you're out late. the numbers will drop from the 40s quickly into the 30s, and in fact by tuesday morning we're waking up to near freezing temperatures. mid-50s tuesday afternoon. mid-60s for wednesday. so unusually warm weather for wednesday, and another chance of rain coming our way late on thursday. >> kris: thanks so much. we follow more news today and the latest airport on friday. american airlines flight 383 was preparing to take off for miami when the engine erupted in flames and smoke. 20 people were hospitalized with minor injuries. pieces of that engine have been found thousands of feet away. they're trying to figure out still why the engine failed. >> as a result of the uncontained engine failure, a fuel pool fire erupted underneath the right wing.
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plane and debris are in the process be being moved so they can re-open the runway. next up on "7 news today in new england," a night that was seven-day outlo out of this world. a community coming together to help a little bit in heyward go trick-or-treating. ? at blue cross blue shield of massachusetts, we offer a variety of medicare plans to fit your budget and your lifestyle. with plans starting as low as $0, really doing what you love. so call now to learn more about our plans that offer everything from annual wellness visits to routine hearing and vision exams, and prescription drugs. we have new dental coverage options too. and we even offer plans with no medical deductible and no referrals. plus, all our plans come with the peace of mind that you get when you have a health plan with over 50 years of medicare experience.
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dad's determination to transform his wheelchair into a perfect "star wars" prop. thanks to help from family and friends, they helped transport him to a galaxy far, far away. we have the story. >> reporter: in a gal glee far, far away chewbacca is helping ann x wing pilot on his mission to collect as much a he did it all for his 12-year-old son. >> it was a theme of choice this year. every year my wife and i decide on something, what we want to do, so we figured we'd do something real big. what's bigger than an x wing fighter? >> he has cerebral palsy and autism. it's built around tommy's wheelchair. tonight it took flight for trick-or-treating. >> it's not easy walking around with a child with a cheer chair.
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a negative light they see him. now he's the rock star with this. >> reporter: a team of builders crafted the costume revealed earlier this week. the engine lights up and r2d2 sits behind the seat just like in the move ve vees. >> i thought the red barron last year was cool. >> this is the third year they built an epic costume. >> we did a snoopy from the red barron. >> reporter: it's certainly not the last. >> i'm sure we'll come up with something bigger and better. >> kris: next on the news station, we're less than ten days away from electing a new president. chuck todd has a look ahead on "meet the press." rob has a final look at a nice sunday forecast at least for now.
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and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. >> kris: the fbi pulled off an october surprise with its decision to re-open the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails.
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preview of what's ahead on "meet the press." chuck, good morning. >> good morning. coming up the october surprise. news of newly discovered e-mails allegedly tied to the fbi investigation into her server jolts this race. can donald trump use this latest revelation to reinvigorate his campaign? i talk to governor mike pence live. as clinton fights back robby the focus on comey now. >> kris: we want to get a final check of the weather forecast. if you want to get outside, now is a great time. >> rob: very mild sunday for the last sunday in october. the rain will hold off until dinnertime so you can enjoy the vast majority of the dame. temperatures in the cool 40s right around trick-or-treat team tomorrow evening, mid-50s on tuesday and wicked warm on
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kris, it's been a pleasure. >> kris: have a great sunday, and see you back here next weekend with more "7 news today weekend with more "7 news today in new england." closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others
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out for people. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore.
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molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. so when chris sununu voted to cut funding for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him. for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. this advertisement has been paid for zed by any candidate. massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids
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please join me and vote yes on question 2. this sunday, october surprise. fbi director james comey's announcement of newly discovered e-mails jolts the race. >> the fbi would never have reopened this case at this time unless it were a most egou >> can donald trump usehis latest revelation to reinvigorate his campaign? i will talk to donald trump's running mate, governor mike pence live. plus, hillary clinton fights back. >> and so we have called on director comey to explain everything right away, put it all out on the table. >> clinton campaign manager robby mook joins me this morning. also, why now? comey under fierce assault from

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